After twenty months of waiting for some action on the disaster in Benghazi, we finally have movement! Representative Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) has been selected to lead an investigative committee on Benghazi. Congressman Gowdy is like a bull dog on a scent; as such, he could be in trouble if he is left on his own. I believe there are a few other members of Congress who will help him. One of those helpers could be Representative Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) who recently blasted Democrats for expressing “face outrage” about the Republicans politicizing Benghazi. I encourage you to watch as Congressman Cotton explains the rules he learned while serving in the Army: (1) Move to the sound of gunfire, (2) Supervise the execution of your orders, and (3) Leave no man behind. He said the Army expects more of its lieutenants than our nation got from our Commander-in-Chief. The blast is well worth the listening time.